Pennsylvania (PA)

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South Central PA Offices

150 Roosevelt Avenue
Suite 300
York, PA 17401
Ph: 717-850-2184
Fax: 717-850-2178

Tiffany Washington – Associate Executive Director

Louis Esola – Regional Director

Lacie Parker – Vice President Pennsylvania

200 Butler Avenue
Suite #101
Lancaster, PA 17601
Ph: 717-925-7641
Fax: 223-356-5022

Betty Konnor – Associate Executive Director

Louis Esola – Regional Director

Lacie Parker – Vice President Pennsylvania

5237 East Trindle Road
Mechanicsburg, PA 17050
Ph: 717-779-1612
Fax: 717-412-0748

Sharon Schwab – Executive Director

Louis Esola – Regional Director

Lacie Parker – Vice President Pennsylvania

Community Options, Inc. of South Central, PA was established in 2013 to provide community-based options for residential and employment support services to individuals with disabilities living in the South Central, PA area.

Washington County Office

Westmoreland County Office

S.T.E.P.- School To Employment Program

Website: www.transitionschooltowork.org

Community Options, Inc.
900 Sarah Street
Suite 205
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Ph: 412-431-7079
Fax: 412-488-6247

Joseph Milharcic – Executive Director

Lacie Parker – Vice President Pennsylvania

Services Offered:

  • Residential Services
  • Residential Placement
  • Residential Supports
  • In-Home Supports
  • Housing
  • Individualized Residential Alternatives
  • Residential Habilitation Services
  • 24-hour Supervised Home Support
  • Part-time Home Support
  • Social Recreation Services
  • Community Based Day Program Services
  • Community Integration Counseling
  • In-Home and Community Based Support Services
  • Independent Living Skills Training and Development
  • Employment Services
  • Supported Employment Services
  • Service Coordination
  • Vocational Supports
  • Pre-vocational Training
  • Advocacy
  • Community Living Arrangements
  • Supported Living
  • Community Participation Services
  • Behavioral Support Services

Staff meet with the individual and their family and other team members to ensure that an individual’s plans are person-centered, incorporating the person’s preferences accordingly.

Residential supports are designed to assist people with disabilities moving from nursing homes and state schools, or who are on waiting lists for community services, to find housing in the community. Community Options also provides supports to people living at home with their families.

Employment programs focus on individual competitive jobs or community volunteer placements. Community Options provides the personalized evaluations, job development, job coaching, supports, and follow-up services required to assist individuals with pursuing community based employment, taking into consideration the special needs of each individual.

Our Option Quest program provides individuals with a variety of options to individualize their personal work schedules. This can include paid employment, volunteer work, attending classes, advocacy work and involvement in the community and civic activities.

Funded by The Office of Developmental Programs, The Office of Long-Term Living and The Office of Vocational Rehabilitation.